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Council OKs technology upgrade
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MONROE - The Monroe Common Council took steps Tuesday to improve its technology infrastructure. The council voted unanimously to hire MSA Professional Services to implement a Utility GIS system, at a cost not to exceed $50,000, and voted unanimously to authorize proceeding with a proposal from Meridian IT for a voice and data technology system to replace its current telephone service, at a cost not to exceed $235,000. Rob Jacobson, the city's information technology director, assured the Information Technology Committee Tuesday that the new communication system would work to resolve some re-occurring bandwidth problems and will cost less per month while providing more features.

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